Education | The pandemic-year shift to online learning challenges low-income and rural families without reliable internet. But school districts and governments are searching for solutions
by Esther Eaton
Posted 11/05/20, 02:30 pm
Eleven-year-old Hannah Davis’ futile attempt to complete a math test began at 10:15 on a rainy weekday morning in late September. That’s when she logged in to an online class from her home in Amherst County, Va., and heard her schoolteacher announce the assignment.